Last October, lobsterman John Mcinnes of Maine found a blue, purple and pink speckled lobster in one of his traps. So, surely he would never find a second blue lobster right? Apparently, not!

This past week, Mcinnes found the same exact lobster in a trap of his.

It's rare enough finding a blue colored lobster, presumably a one in a 100 million shot to do so, but Mcinnes has now done it twice!

The reason a lobster can be different colors is a genetic mutation, that can cause the lobster to look blue, yellow, orange and even white.

Mcinnes says he has the lobster in a holding tank until he can find an aquarium to donate it to.

Read the full story at WIVB.